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which cover do you like best?:confused:

kryptonite/rockcrusher/riddler left to right

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which cover do you like best?:confused:

kryptonite/rockcrusher/riddler left to right

 

for your 8.25 or 30 or both?

 

riddler looks like the Crane which i've always been partial too, smooth lines and recessed bolts = nothing to hang on.

 

but honestly i think they all do the job just fine and so much better than stock, so i would go with cheapest, which is usually http://www.solidaxle.com - which looks just like the rockcrusher.

 

one of the magazines rated them all based on what caliber of bullet they would stop, that was probably a fun story to do, but forgot who won.

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They all suck. No drain hole. George:cool:

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They all suck. No drain hole. George:cool:

 

 

I see drain holes lol

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This is what I will be putting on my D44 as I finish up my project. I like the option of a drain as well as a level check. I wish they could make it in black with a flat finish.

ARB DIFF COVER

 

DiffCover_A.jpg

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for your 8.25?

yep, just for the rear since i've already got an Alloy 3/16'' cover up front. i like the idea of the ARB unit but they don't make one for corporate 8.25 axles.

i'm really feeling the ruff stuff w/ added drain hole for that price; thanks Virg.

i could powdercoat it anodyzed blue to match my silly lug nuts and ditch the rug doctor out back.:cool:

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I have the Ruff Stuff diff cover on the front. Awesome! I have a Solid one in the back that I won at a raffle. I think Ruff Stuff gives free shipping or 10% off if you enter coupon code NAXJA also.

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I just bought the ARB for mine. Thinking about sandblasting them and re painting them.

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